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Pakistan, Saudi Arabia hold joint military training


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Islamabad: A joint military training between the Pakistan Army and Royal Saudi Land Forces kicked off on Sunday in Okara district in Pakistan’s eastern Punjab Province, the Pakistani military said.

At the inauguration of the training in Okara Garrison organised by the Multan Corps of the Pakistan Army, the contingents of both countries displayed remarkable military drill, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of the Pakistani military, said in a statement.

Through the joint training program, the troops of the two countries would get the opportunity to refine their skills in classroom sessions and in collective combat skills, it added.

At the end of the inauguration ceremony, badges of joint training were affixed to the officers and soldiers of the two sides, according to the ISPR.

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